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CANCEL: Writing: City Stories
Whats your story? Lets find the words that shape your story. This winter you will write and narrate Portland through your ideas, issues, observations, style and voice. You will explore urban life and learn to write clear, crisp, brief stories through words as the art of place. These eight weeks will guide your writing as you listen, learn, think, read, observe and share city scenes that become your stories. See the city as your places and spaces. Shape your voice around what you learn. Find the words each week. Six stories, 4500 words, a presentation portfolio as narration to complete the term. We will find your stories. You will shape and share them.
Instructor: Michael Sievers
Michael Sievers is a writer, editor, community and government relations expert, and Managing Director of The Silver King Project. He began his career in Baltimore, Maryland, as a VISTA with the Neighborhood Design Center. His public service career has included senior positions with local and regional planning and development agencies in Baltimore and Portland, Oregon. In the private sector, Mr. Sievers was a senior project manager for URS Corporation in Portland, Oregon, from 2000 to 2012. He has extensive experience representing clients on environmental and siting issues before local, regional and state governments.
+ Dept/Lab Fee: $80.00
Add Certificate Program Fee: + $60.00
Apr 25, 2017 - Jun 13, 2017
11:00AM - 1:00PM